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Here we go to the large polyp stony coral species from the genera Pavona, Euphyllia, Duncanopsammia, Turbinaria, Caulastrea, Favites, Physogyra, Hydnophora, Acanthastrea, Lobophyllia, Blastomussa, Galaxea, Alveopora, Goniopora and to the anemones.


Pavona cactus

The Kaktuskoralle is one of the corals that should not be missing in any reef tank. It is robust against increased nutrient concentrations and fluctuating water parameters and simply adapts its growth form and growth rate to the available light conditions. It provides habitat for a host of small organisms with its leaf-like nested coral skeleton.

from 19 € in our Shop

Pavona decussata `braun´ 

This coral is undoubtedly one of the most robust stony corals. It thrives even with fluctuating water parameters, nitrate and phosphate concentrations beyond good and evil, grows even in partial shade (here, however, a little slower) and even survives a dry fall of several hours (was accidentally tested overnight). The perfect coral for the entry into marine aquaristics. For us an absolute perennial favorite. (If you don’t like their chocolate brown color – in coral reefs most corals are not brightly colored, but rather pastel-colored….)

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Fimbriaphyllia divisa

Fimbriaphyllia divisa has racemose tentacles and a phaceloid (head-shaped) growth form. It is preferable to place it in the bottom area, preferably in a place where it can get some of the fish food due to the current.

from 29 € in our Shop


Alveopora cf. allingi `grün´

This Alveopora is very good to maintain in the aquarium. It does not weed and is best placed in the bottom area where there is only a slight, continuous current.  It has a very light, porous skeleton. Alveopora polyps always have 12 tentacles, making them easy to distinguish from Goniopora.

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Goniopora sp. `rot´

This species belongs to the aquarium suitable Goniopora species, which in contrast to many imported species can be maintained and also propagated in the aquarium without any problems. Like Alveopora it is to be placed in the bottom area, gladly also in places where mulm and suspended matter sediment.  Goniopora polyps always have 24 tentacles.

from 69 € in our Shop


Duncanopsammia axifuga

The Australian bearded coral was an absolute rarity a few years ago – but due to its good durability and because it is easy to frag, it has since spread quite well in the marine scene. Anyway – a beautiful coral with large polyps open during the day, which can be fed well with frozen food.

from 24,50 € in our Shop

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